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The Future of Jobs Report 2023

The Future of Jobs Report 2023 explores how jobs and skills will evolve over the next five years. This fourth edition of the series continues the analysis of employer expectations to provide new insights on how socio-economic and technology trends.


Publication date
30 April 2023
Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion


Similar to previous editions, the core of the 2023 Future of Jobs Report is based on a unique surveybased data set covering the expectations of a wide cross-section of the world’s largest employers related to job trends and directions for the 2023— 2027 period. This year’s report brings together the perspectives of 803 companies – collectively employing more than 11.3 million workers – across 27 industry clusters and 45 economies from all world regions. This report would not be possible without their openness to contributing their views and insights, and we sincerely thank them all. We greatly appreciate, too, the support of our network of Partner Institutes, which have enhanced the report’s geographical coverage, and our ongoing data collaborations with Coursera, Indeed and LinkedIn, which complemented the survey findings with a range of unique and innovative data-driven insights. Our thanks also to the project team: Till Leopold, Elselot Hasselaar, Mark Rayner, Sam Grayling, Ricky Li and Attilio Di Battista, as well as the wider team at the Centre for the New Economy and Society for their input.

The Future of Jobs Report 2023.


30 APRIL 2023
The Future of Jobs Report 2023